A man was stabbed to death on Route 61 in Pennsylvania and police say it was a road rage incident that led to the fatal attack.
Pennsylvania State Police were called to Route 61 for a report of a stabbing around 2 p.m. on April 12, police said.
Upon arrival, police found George Marcincin, 38, the victim of the stabbing. He was later pronounced dead on the scene, police said.
After an investigation, police learned that the incident was a case of road rage and the suspect, Tamiir Ion Whitted, 29, and Marcincin both got out of their vehicles and got into a fight, as reported by Skook News.
Whitted pulled out a knife and stabbed Marcincin multiple times and then fled the scene, police said.
According to witnesses, Whitted fled the scene in a silver sedan.
Shortly after the attack, police performed a traffic stop on a four-door Honda Accord, which matched the description given by witnesses, police said.
However, the driver refused to stop and a short pursuit started, police said. Eventually, Whitted pulled over and was taken into custody.
Whitted was charged with first-degree murder, third-degree murder, aggravated assault and other counts, police said.
No bail was set for Whitted.